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Bluey

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Okay you have just won the lottery and money IS NO OBJECT.[:0][:0]

What would be your top 5 favourite choices for your personal transport[?]

Mine are:-

1. JAGUAR X-TYPE 2.5 V6 ESTATE in B.R.G. [:D][:D][8D]

2. JAGUAR XJ 3.0 V8 LWB ESTATE in B.R.G. [:D][:D][8D]

3. MG ZT-T 1.8 twinturbo ESTATE in B.R.G. [:D][:D][8D]

4. VAUXHAULL OMEGA ESTATE 3.2 V6 in B.R.G. [:D][8D]

5. VAUXHALL MONTEROY 4WD 3.0i BLACK [:D][8D]

Before any of you post and say "YOU CAN'T GET JAGS IN ESTATE FORM" [:0]remember I said "MONEY IS NO OBJECT" as Trogg will bear me out if you have the money you can buy anything in the motoring world [:)]

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norm

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who the hell would want a car mate helicopter is the only way

 

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  • Bentley Mulsanne Turbo Estate (The Sultan of Brunei has one)
  • Toyota Amazon V8 4x4
  • Volvo V70 T5

I'll settle for those three.[:D]

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I'm not picky but:

1) Lamborghini Diablo

or


2) Ferrari 348ts



3) Ferrari 360 Spider



And a couple of runarounds for fishing [:D]

....but seeing as how there's little chance of that I suppose I'd best get off to work again [xx(]

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I'D Have one those custom made American jobs with a big double bed in back&go round seeing who of the top women you have in the back who wouldn't look at me normally but when money 's no object it's surprising what or who it can buy you.

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1) A coach built motor home - For the fishins
2) A Toyota Amazon 4*4 For day to day fishing
3) Lotus Esprit
4) A Honda Goldwing - not a car but a bit special

Wouldn't bother with a fifth as I need the rest of the money to go on a fishing trip around the world.

Poles

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larry what do you mean woman would not usually look at you mate

i reckon you could have any woman you want (lol)

especially if they new about you sexual exploits

 

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quote:Originally posted by norm

larry what do you mean woman would not usually look at you mate

i reckon you could have any woman you want (lol)

especially if they new about you sexual exploits




Excuse me, the sheep in South Wales are already digging shelters in case Larry comes to the Welsh Fish-In. Next to Missingphil he is the next personna non grata

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hey all,
I would pick any car, as im only 18 still having driving lessons [:)]and I haven't bought one yet lol, as long as it was a decent runner, it would do me, altho a jag would be nice[:D]

see ya soon

Dooby

 

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Hmmm

Mine would have to be 3 animal pick ups, a landy lightweight & something smaller for Dian, maybe a Chrysler PT cruiser [:D]

(bluey you're right about the motors mate, there's a fella in Devon who can transform anything.
he used to specialise in 6 wheel rangerovers, any of you seen one of them??)

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Trogg

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Thats them mate, i was just about to look for one so i could "prove it" .

To be honest i'd only buy 1 pick up & a smaller 4X4 for running around in cos the rest would be spent on a fishery i know thats up for grabs with oodles of acres of water (pools & river), the fella who owns it only wants 390,500 for it [:D]


Alan

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Dave,

I can see your reasoning behind going for the Diablo it
already has a rod rack over the back wheels![8D]
Bluey is obviously a John Prescott fan as he's gone for 2 Jags[;)]

I think for me it would be along the lines of a Landrover Discovery for the fishing and getting through the floods, as well as using the front winch to get the fish out![:0]

To finish off a Mini Cooper in Bluey's colour British Racing Green.[:D][:D]

Mick






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Bluey

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Mick

Nah not a fan of Prescott no way, mind you found that egg throwing incident funny though[:D][:D] not surprised he didn't get charged.
Just happen to like those two models, wanted estate version for fishing kit.

Trogg
the only 6 wheel version of the Range Rover I've seen was a fire tender, containing cutting gear and other rescue kit which was stationed at one of the London airports, they brought it to Silverstone one training day for us to look over and drool on. It was a real beast [^][^][8D]




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Hmmm definately an Aston Martin V12 Vanquish for starters.
Then a Maclaren F1, Ferrari 456, 7 series BMW then a Range Rover Vogue 4.5 for fishing. That should do me for a lil while once i can drive [;)]

Tight lines [:D]
 

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To be honest i'd only buy 1 pick up & a smaller 4X4 for running around in cos the rest would be spent on a fishery i know thats up for grabs with oodles of acres of water (pools & river), the fella who owns it only wants 390,500 for it [/i]


Can't MADRAS afford to buy it for you Trogg?

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Bluey

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Further to the 6 wheel Range Rovers, and in particular the fire and rescue tender I mentioned here are a couple of piccys of it it is now retired and only brought out for shows








As you can see it is painted in R.A.F. fire and rescue but had been stationed at one of London's airports for a number of years.
It is still an incredable vehicle

Bluey





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